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Opinion: The Reproductive Technology Advances No One Asked For
Cloning and parthenogenesis of humans wouldn’t align with bioethical principles.
Opinion: The Reproductive Technology Advances No One Asked For
Opinion: The Reproductive Technology Advances No One Asked For

Cloning and parthenogenesis of humans wouldn’t align with bioethical principles.

Cloning and parthenogenesis of humans wouldn’t align with bioethical principles.

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reproductive technology
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Rat Sperm Generated from Stem Cells
Alejandra Manjarrez | Apr 7, 2022
Researchers report they were able to make functional sperm in a dish, a feat previously only possible for mice.
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Freeze-Dried Mouse Sperm Sent by Postcard Produces Baby Mice
Amanda Heidt | Aug 5, 2021
Rather than relying on samples that need to be shipped in glass vials and on ice, researchers have developed a new method that allows mouse sperm to be sent easily at room temperature using standard mail delivery.
A New View of My Own Past
Jef Akst | Aug 1, 2021
Hearing others’ perspectives on infertility and pregnancy has me reconsidering my own reproductive journey.
Selecting Embryos for IQ, Height Not Currently Practical: Study
Shawna Williams | Nov 21, 2019
Building simulations based on real genetic data, researchers conclude Gattaca-like tactics to choose the traits of future offspring would yield little payoff.
China Proposes New Gene-Editing Regulations
Jef Akst | Feb 27, 2019
After the controversy of a Chinese scientist who was involved in editing the genomes of twin girls, the country puts forth tighter guidelines.
Bioethicist and Law Professor Dies
Kerry Grens | Jul 6, 2017
John Robertson was known for his contributions to reproductive medicine ethics and for solidifying the scholarly connection between biomedicine and law.